"Office 360" site scores 8 million views

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NBC.com announced initial results of its "Office 360" suite of entertainment features. The Dunder Mifflin Infinity site, a social networking site for "The Office" fans, saw over 800,000 unique users coming to view some part of the site, over eight million page views and over 100,000 consumers who signed up to be a part of the virtual work force.


"The Office 360" launched 9/22 with Dunder Mifflin Infinity (DMI). Fans who register on the site are given positions in the other "branches" of Dunder Mifflin and asked to perform weekly tasks and challenges that tie in to each week’s storyline. Winners have already received exclusive signed items from cast members and "SchruteBuck" rewards which they can spend on their virtual desk environments containing many props taken directly from the set.

"Office" fans from all over the country will have the chance to get up close and personal with the stars and writers of the show when they gather for "The Office" Convention in Scranton, PA from 10/26-10/28. Fan events include casino night, autograph signings, performances by the Scrantones, cast Q & A panel, writers block panel, Office Olympic competitions at the street festival and much more.


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